A University of South Florida football player who was shot during a violent road-rage incident has been cut from the team.
The police report, obtained by the Times, said Childs continued to tailgate him and then pulled up to the drivers side of Jimenez's auto when he pulled over to let Childs pass him again. The other driver, Jovanni Jimenez, 26 then pulled out his own handgun and shot Childs three times.
"When you look at this university and how great an institution it is, and the football program, it is a privilege to represent this program", Strong told the Tampa Bay Times. As he pulled over again, his wife warned him that she had seen the driver flash a gun. What started the incident is unclear and it grew so heated that Childs was shot by Jimenez, who called the police to report the shooting. USF coach Charlie Strong released a statement Sunday after news of Childs' incident broke.
The shooting remains under investigation with no charges announced as of yet.
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"Thankfully, Hassan is in stable condition and being well cared for, and no one else was inured". The Hillsborough Stat Attorney's Office has yet to decide if charges will be filed against Jimenez.
Strong and the school did not provide information on where the off-campus shooting took place or in which hospital Childs is receiving treatment.
Childs does not have a criminal history in Florida, according to the Times.
Childs, a fifth-year senior, battled back from a torn ACL in 2015 to record 16 tackles last season.